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Posted: 8/24/2004 7:39:42 AM EDT
John E. O'Neill said that his associates are developing a database of former swift boat veterans, "focusing on people from each state," who can keep questions about his service three decades ago in the spotlight. Originally buoyed by a $200,000 donation from a major Republican backer in Houston, the swift boat group now says it has raised $1.56 million from more than 24,000 donors, mostly since the organization began running ads attacking Kerry after the Democratic convention.

"Our media strategy is to follow him," both with paid advertising and press conferences, O'Neill said of Kerry in an interview at his Houston law firm. O'Neill, who emerged as the chief counterpoint to Kerry in the 1970s after both men returned from Vietnam, said he still "resents deeply" the nominee's antiwar protests and would not heed any warning from Republicans to stop his campaign.

Comment : keep up the good work
Link Posted: 8/24/2004 8:40:41 AM EDT
$100.00 well spent
Link Posted: 8/24/2004 9:42:36 AM EDT

Originally Posted By dinkydow:
$100.00 well spent

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